Questions tagged [surgery]

To employ operations in the treatment of disease or injury, or for experimental purposes. Surgery can involve cutting, abrading, suturing, or otherwise physically changing body tissues and organs.

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Kidney transplant and adrenal glands

When a kidney is transplanted from a donor to a recepient does the surgery occur keeping the donor's adrenal gland intact over the kidney or is the kidney minus the adrenal gland over it transplanted ...
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Hematuria due to Nitric Oxide

Drug interactions between properly dosed NO and other medications are not expected, but side effects may include noisy breathing, hematuria, or possibly atelectasis. (pg.no:577; Goodman and Gilman ...
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Electrode locations for neuron study in stereo EEG?

I am thinking where to put optimally depth electrodes in stereo EEG outside sulci in studying the functioning of neural transmission of N neurons over one perivascular space in rodents, mice or rat, ...
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Does having a total gastrectomy (removal of the stomach) cause individuals to be more prone to infections?

If a patient has a complete removal of his/her stomach (i.e. a total gastrectomy), then does that cause a person to be more prone to infections from eating unsanitary food? I'm asking this question ...
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Could bone marrow transplants be used to prevent tissue rejection of trans-species organs?

So the immune system doesn't calibrate (for want of a better euphemism) to recognize it's own cells until fairly well along in fetal development & the major components of the immune system (...
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Remove the baby from the womb

Is it possible to remove the baby from the womb of a mother to cure the baby of a tumor and putting it back in the womb to be delivered naturally (the baby is 6 months)
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Are there available fluids that can be used in place of blood to facilitate oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange during major surgery/trauma?

Are there any available fluid alternatives that can be used instead of blood replacement that adequately exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide?
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0.9% Saline or Ringer's Solution for in vivo work

A few of the labs where I currently work routinely use 0.9% saline for in vivo work (washing out debris during surgery, diluting substances for IP/IV/SC injections, etc.) A few years ago I worked in ...
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Colour of Vein surface(tunica externa)

If vein from hand is isolated out and blood from within flushed then what will be the colour of vein surface.
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Is there a glossary about which infrared (IR) colors which body parts reflect?

I am doing medical research and I'm trying to find parts of the body that look about the same to the human eye, but reflect different "colors" in IR, so that using a light source and a camera of that ...